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This week AHR is all over the QMJHL draft held in Charlottetown. We talk with all the high picks from Atlantic Canada, check in with the GM’s and we talk with Moncton native Phil Myers about his Memorial Cup run and winning the cup.
This week AHR talks with the coaches, players and organizers at the Canadian Midget Championships held at the Q-plex in Quispamsis and we catch up with the Nic Jansen who discusses the state of hockey in Atlantic Canada.
This week AHR has all the highlights and interviews from the Female Atlantics, the NB Bantam AAA provincials, we have all we action from the NS Day of Champions and John Moore checks in with Will Thompson.
This week AHR is on hand as several provincial champions are crowned, we check in with Newfoundlander Dman Adam Holwell and the Allan Cup returned to New Brunswick for the first time in a long time.
This week AHR checks in with a new innovative program from Hockey New Brunswick that is designed to put more players on the ice at once and get more involved and we check in with Cyril Lunney and our friends at CTV who are playing for a good cause.
This week AHR visits with some minor hockey players giving sledge hockey a go for the first time and we attend a special game that pays homage to the original Colored Hockey League of Nova Scotia and we feature Fredericton’s Logan Johnston.
This week AHR checks in an excited East Hants Penguins team, hosts of this season’s provincials, we head to PEI and check in with the SPUD and we meet Newfoundlander Clarke Bishop who is helping his younger brother learn the ropes in the Q.
This week AHR is all about sledge. The World Sledge Hockey Championships had Bridgewater hopping. We meet the man behind all the incredible artwork on many of those goalie masks and we look towards the four Atlantic Championships.
This week AHR talks trades in the Q , we meet a young hockey player from PEI who has beaten the odds and is glad to be back on the ice and Bedford Minor introduces a program to grow the game.
his week, AHR visits a new recruitment program in Charlottetown and meets the Newfoundlander who is Hockey Canada’s brand new chair of development
This week AHR meets up with referee legend Don Koharski and TSN personality Paul Hollingsworth who has just released a book on Cole Harbour's Nathan MacKinnon.
AHR is in Wolfville this week looking at a new program and we check in with Newfoundlander Cody Donaghey just traded from Quebec to Halifax.
The week AHR has all the highlights and winners of this year's Atlantic Challenge Cup and we catch up with Hockey Canada's CEO Tom Renney and Olympic Coach Melanie Davidson
This week AHR has a preview of the 2015 Atlantic Challenge Cup and we look at which direction the Maritime Q teams are headed this season.
This week AHR catches up with former NHL goaltender and now New Brunswick minor hockey coach JF Damphousse. We also meet the Pee Wee A version of the Antigonish Bulldogs.
This week we meet Newfoundland's Canada Games Team and we check in with Halifax native Evan Fitzpatrick who has been thrown into the fire with the Sherbrooke Phoenix.
In the final show of this season The Atlantic Hockey Report looks back at the year that was in hockey in Atlantic Canada and we bring you updates on several stories from earlier this year.
This week AHR catches up with Truro native and current Toronto Maple Leaf Zach Sill and with Q Draft only weeks away we meet Halifax native and top 3 projected pick Shane Bowers.
The Canada Games are right around the corner and PEI is ready and Yarmouth's Ryan Graves goes for hockey's holy grail for the second time.
This week the AHR tells the story of a coach in Truro who is battling more than just the score and we a PEI MMAAA player who is following in the path of NHL'er Jim Kyte.
This week AHR looks at Atlantic players looking to go in the first two rounds of the QMJHL Draft and we look at Atlantic teams having success on a national level.
This week AHR check in with two teams headed for nationals and bragging rights were on the line at the Irving Oil Challenge Cup. Also two maritime teams go to game 7 in the Q. AHR has all the action.
This week AHR goes to the Rock and checks in on the Female Bantam Atlantic's, we meet a Seadog who is one tough puppy and HNS debuts a music video all about the game.
Atlantic Hockey Report checks in with a new program in PEI that welcomes all newcomers to the country and to the sport. We also look at the Q League trading period.
AHR checks in with the NB Canada Games Teams and Moncton pulls off the hat trick at the Monctonian. Plus, Newfoundlander Jordan Mahar is back from the World U17's.
This week we preview the upcoming Atlantic Championships and we talk with Tom Cochrane about the origins of the song Big League and how it now has a maritime connection.
This week AHR has all the highlights from the Atlantic Championships, we check out a very special Day Of Champions and we meet a Maritimer finding his way in the Q.
We preview two big tournaments in Moncton and Halifax and we look at skills development across the Atlantic Canadian branches.
We check in with two players from Nova Scotia who will play for Team Canada and minor hockey season begins in all four provinces.
Atlantic Hockey Report travels to Prince Edward Island to check in with the U16 Canada Games Selection Camp and Nova Scotia sweeps the 2014 Atlantic Challenge Cup.
Access “Q” Atlantic reports from Game 7 at the Metro Centre and we check in with the Saint John Seadogs who hold the number one pick in this June's QMJHL Entry Draft.
Access “Q” Atlantic looks ahead to the 3rd round and the Final Four. We also look back on the Moosehead's second round victory over Gatineau.
This week Access “Q “ Atlantic looks back at the results from the opening round of the playoffs and we check in with first year coach of the Wildcats Darren Rumble. Also, John Moore and Acadie Nouvelle sports reporter Stephane Pacquette set up the second round of playoff action.
This week Access Q Atlantic talks playoffs with first round series predictions from John Moore, Zach Fucale helps a special charity and is Moncton getting a new hockey arena?
In this episode, host John Moore talks with Phil Gadoury and Sam Leblanc of the Halifax Mooseheads, Jonathan Desroches of HockeyShot, Columbus Blue Jackets scout Chris Morehouse, and Stanley Cup winner Joe DiPenta.
Access “Q” Atlantic reports on the new Sea Dogs GM, we chat with Halifax native Darrell Young and we talk to two Maritimers who play big roles for the Gatineau Olympiques.
Access "Q" Atlantic talks with two potential first round NHL picks and we check in with the Charlottetown Islanders after a complete facelift on and off the ice.
We discuss the coaching change in Bathurst, Cam Russell talks about two new Mooseheads and Wayne Long discusses the highs and lows of the QMJHL. We also visit Wildcat Conor Garland's billet home.
Access “Q” Atlantic examines the end of the trading period with Chicago Blackhawk's scout Peter Nevin and Wildcat's GM Roger Shannon. We also talk with Seadogs forward Matt Highmore and catch up with Mooseheads equipment manager Chris MacDonald who is back from the World Juniors.

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